Outfront: Hunt For Suspects 36 hours later
Manhunt Widens in search for the killers of Illinois policeman in Fox Lake, Illinois.
The search intensifies as new surveillance video is being analyzed.
Hundreds in the community arrive for a vigil to pay their respects to Lt. Joseph Gliniewicz, the murdered officer.
He was found 17 minutes after reporting three suspicious people.
Evidence is still being processed in an effort to identify the killers. That evidence might include DNA, fingerprints or other items left behind at the scene.
Body heat sensors, helicopters and police search dogs are still on the scene.
Ron Hosko: Could be that the 17 minute gap allowed the 3 people enough time to get out of the area without being seen.
Heat and terrain are complicating the manhunt in-between the two major metropolitan areas of Milwaukee and Chicago.
Joseph Giacalone: The Labor Day weekend could aid in the manhunt for cop-killers
Second video surfaces of mans with hand